rixterwanseq rixterwanseq
Client VAT registered in the UK  flies out to Saudi Arabia to perform service and flies back to the UK  when done. This happens every month. Should he be charging VAT on the invoices??
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rixterwanseq rixterwanseq
I need to add that some preparation work is done in uk
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rixterwanseq rixterwanseq
My understanding is that the place of supply is where the client is but im not clear if it makes a difference if some work is done in UK.
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VAT-adviser
If you provide services to customers outside the EU, you usually do not charge VAT. However, if the service is used in another EU country, that country can decide to charge the VAT. You may still deduct the VAT that you paid on related expenses, such as for goods or services purchased specifically to make those sales.
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